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Was wondering if there are any difference it the weathertech floor liners from the 2012 focus hatch will work in the :ST:
Im thinking no but just want to be sure before i buy them.
 

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I can't see why they wouldn't fit a manual car.


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They are different if you're talking about the auto vs manual. But the focus was available in manual so you just need to get the right one. There is a bit of a dead pedal bump for the auto version.
 

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To be clear, I own a titanium ( and didital fit mats ) and I can't see adding a clutch to the mix creating a problem.
 

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To be clear, I own a titanium ( and didital fit mats ) and I can't see adding a clutch to the mix creating a problem.
That's good to hear. It interfered specifically on the VW rabbit/golf/gti MKV and weather tech says such on their site.

We have their matts on the Fiesta (auto) and I'd like to get them for my ST.


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So does Weathertech

Weathertech provides better coverage.

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The Ford mat is flimsy. I have it. Trim line is built in to Weathertech Easy and neat to do. Sharp scissors is all it takes.


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